Situational awareness of business fundamentals Tag
Lesson activity providing an overview and practice with tools to support project management.
Tools to Aid in Working Productively
From recommendations by interviewees for additional resources to support faculty in developing curriculum for employability skills.
Authors created a self-assessment questionnaire of students' learning about business fundamentals as part of a simulated business project. This may be used to help instructors and students check learning.
From Seethamraju, R. (2011). Enhancing student learning of enterprise integration and business process orientation through an
Authors created an online environment for students to create and operate an e-commerce website. The project required students to form teams, write a business plan, develop an e-shop, engage in e-shopping on various team platforms, and evaluate each team's platform. This excerpt from the research
Authors engaged IT students in both technical and business-oriented tasks, such as discussing financial aspects of a project and selling their solution. As part of this project, the authors required teams to generate project notebooks addressing both technical and business elements. This scoring rubric illustrates
Authors recommend assigning a technical task that requires students from distinct technical courses to coordinate. This involves creating a task for two or more different technical classes and then requiring students to form teams, meet, and coordinate the technical aspects of the work. The researchers